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    Folding Bowie Knife by C. Congreve, Sheffield
    Circa 1830s-1840s. 7-1/4" closed folding bowie knife with nearly 1/4"?thick slightly hollow ground spear point blade marked (crown) C. CONGREVE?SHEFFIELD and CAST?STEEL?BOWIE?KNIFE in oval. Beautifully textured stag handle scales with nickel silver foliate guards, shield, and corinthian-style pommels. Large handle pins are replacements. Guards have several dents, all else in superb condition; overall excellent.
    A large and early folding bowie knife with ornate mounts.
    From the Ex Jack Royse Collection.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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